Getting in Tagulandang:
From Europe, America, Asia, Australia or Africa, the most convenient way of reaching Tagulandang is by flying to the airport of Singapore (SIN), from where there is a direct flight to Manado. Other alternative airports are Kuala Lumpur (KUL) or Jakarta (CGK).
From Singapore you have direct flights to Manado (MDC) with Silk Air.
From Jakarta you have direct flights to Manado (MDC) with Lion Air, Garuda and Citilink.
From Kuala Lumpur you do not have direct flights to Manado (MDC). You have to transit in Makassar (UPG).
If you are already in Indonesia. Take a flight to Manado. Manado Airport (MDC) has domestic flights to/from Jakarta, Bali, Makassar, Sorong, Ternate, Balikpapan, Surabaya, Ambon, and Gorontalo, among others.The main companies that fly to Manado are: Garuda, Citilink, Lionair, Batik Air, and XpressAir.
Once in Manado you have two ferries that go to the Island of Tagulandang: the Majestic Kawanua and the Marina Bay.
The Majestic Kawanua departs every day from Manado at 9:30 in the morning, except Sundays that it departs at 11:30. The journey takes around two hours and a half. From Tagulandang it departs every day around 13:00 in the direction of Manado. The price of the ticket in Executive (air con, TV, and lunch) is 175.000 Rp.
The Marina Bay (or Ave Maria) depart every day, except Sundays, at 17:00 in the evening from the harbor of Manado. The journey lasts around four hours. Every evening, as well, they depart from the harbor of Tagulandang in the direction of Manado. The price of the Ticket is 100.000 Rp.
To take these ferries, you can take a taxi from your hotel. Ask your driver to take you to the harbor of Sagnier (Tagulandang, Siau and Tahuna). You can buy the tickets for Majestic Kawanua and Marina Bay at the offices you will see at your right hand side before entering the harbor.
We recommend the Majestic Kawanua, for its service and for its speed. The final destination of this ferry is the Island of Tahuna, with a stop over in the Island of Siau. Be alert with the announcements, and do not forget the first stop is Tagulandang!